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750+ history reference books, encyclopedias, and the full-text of 60 history magazines. This database contains 58,000 historical documents; 43,000 biographies, 12,000 photos and maps; and 87 hours film and video.
Essays and research from major reference titles. Provides a higher level of scholarship than Wikipedia or Google on popular topics through out the decades. Uses the face and actions of culture to explain political, social and person issues.
Broad topical coverage of many topics. Expanded Academic ASAP covers a variety of specific literary journals ( Explicator, Studies in Romanticism, Victorian Poetry). A majority of journals are peer reviewed. Also covers social sciences and humanities.
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Wide ranging database that is excellent for finding and researching historical, world view and topical issues in various contexts. Art, anthroplolgy, archeology, history and literature journals can be searched via this database
Digital scholarly archive built by and for scholars. It is particularly strong in primary sources and authors from previous centuries. This database is best managed by using the advanced search, selecting a time period and narrowing down to publication subjects.
While the library catalog searches the titles, subject and keywords to this eBook collection, the Netlibrary search does a full text search. This online service includes series such as Cambridge Companions to Literature, Bloom's Notes and Cliffs Notes. While the full text search pulls up many results, this is a great way to find essays, comparisons and hard to find literary references.